Fact: Bill Hader as a real-life person seems charming and fun, and on just this side of "hot" on the creepy/hot divide. He's Hot By Hot/Creepy in directional terms. As evidenced by this clip of him hanging out with his...
It’s well-documented how John Mulaney, that handsome rapscallion, would make a habit out of torturing Bill Hader when the two worked together on SNL. Mulaney would change the script for Stefon’s Weekend Update visits mere seconds before Hader would do the sketch live — effectively making him break character in ... More »
Yes, yes, yes-yes-yes-yes, welcome back, Stefon! Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader returned to the NBC show to serve as a host for the second time and reprised his fan-favorite role on...
Bill Hader's Stefon returned to Saturday Night Live over the weekend, and it was everything that fans of the character could've hoped to see.
Bill Hader’s return to host Saturday Night Live featured this sketch, featuring hilarious cast impressions of numerous 1990s celebrities as they each tried out for a role in the Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park. That Sinbad joke. Ouch.
Bill Hader returned to host Saturday Night Live this weekend, and of course a lot of the sketches were centered around the increasingly tumultuous political arena that is the White House. But Saturday was also St. Patrick's Day, which...Show More Summary
John Goodman and Fred Armisen made surprise appearances in "Saturday Night Live's" cold open, along with host Bill Hader and "SNL" regular Alex Moffat as CNN's Anderson Cooper. The bit presented as a segment of CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" skewered headlines of the week including President Donald...
Fred Armisen and John Mulaney also appeared on the episode. read more
The host played Alan Alda, Clint Eastwood and Al Pacino, which were all impersonations he previously during his eight-season tenure on the NBC sketch show. read more
The duo came back as Anthony Scaramucci and Rex Tillerson, respectively. read more
'SNL,' which was hosted this week by Bill Hader, saw the return of Stefon. Continue reading…
The actor has veered from comedy to drama, and his new HBO series 'Barry,' about a hitman turned would-be actor, blends both.
Bill Hader was nominated for three Emmy Awards for acting during his eight seasons as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, has written for South Park, lent his voice to animated hits such as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Inside Out, and served up memorable supporting roles in the films Superbad, Tropic […]
Bill Hader Returns To SNL!! THE BEGUILED Hits HBO!! Saturday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Written and directed by Sofia Coppola (“Marie Antoinette,” “Somewhere,” “The Bling Ring”) and released to cinemas June 30, “TheShow More Summary
On the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Bill Hader, cast members got into character as popular 1990s actors and threw down some hilarious fake auditions for Jurassic Park. Pee-wee Herman (Mikey Day), Adam Sandler (Pete...Show More Summary
NBC/screengrab Rex Tillerson is out as secretary of state, which means John Goodman was back on Saturday Night Live this week. Saturday’s cold open featured two prominent guest stars in addition to Goodman, but first we were treatedShow More Summary
A tumultuous week at the White House gets the “Saturday Night Live” treatment in a jam-packed opening sketch (featuring Bill Hader as The Mooch). What: A sketch that perfectly captures a White House with worn-out exit doors from all its recent departures. Read Full Story
Actor and comedian Bill Hader returned to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend
For the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, Universal is opening up its (fake) archives, offering fans a glimpse at the early auditions. Saturday Night Live uncovered a handful of extremely 1990s screen tests, sure to inspire at least one full afternoon of a sliding-doors rabbit hole: What would’ve happened if ... More »
In the grand tradition of Kristen Wiig giving thanks for Thanksgiving, Michael Keaton discovering Easter candy, and Edward Norton scaring up some Halloween treats, Bill Hader sits back with a warm cup of rancid milk in the latest installment of Saturday Night Live’s “articulate oddball reviews holiday customs” sketch series. ... More »